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I Talk To Strangers

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Jun 19, 2014
I Talk To Strangers

I Talk To Strangers

Robbie Stokes sold all he had, packed a couple of bags and embarked on a journey that took him to countries all over the world. “My mama said, don’t talk to strangers. What if she is wrong?” Robbie’s mission has started a movement – “I Talk To Strangers” – that is connecting people worldwide, one relationship at a time, through conversation.
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Joyce Carol Oates On the Art of Beholding Beauty

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Joyce Carol Oates On the Art of Beholding Beauty

How lovely this world is, really: one simply has to look.

– Joyce Carol Oates –

Joyce Carol Oates On the Art of Beholding Beauty

Perhaps counterintuitively, the diaries of celebrated artists, writers, and scientists, private as they are, are often reminders not only of their humanity but of our own, brimming with deeply and widely resonant insights on our shared struggles and yearnings. Such is the case of The Journal of Joyce Carol Oates — a chronicle of Oates’s characteristically self-reflexive, sometimes self-conscious, but always intensely intelligent and perceptive meditations on literature and life. { read more }

Be The Change

Joyce Carol Oates muses that nature, before it had eyes, had evolved beauty that only the eye might behold–anticipating a higher evolution from the start. With one small thought or action today, move a step closer toward your “highest evolution.”

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